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Firefighter severely burned in massive Nov. 6 apartment house fire escorted home from Boston hospital

By Dean Shalhoup - Senior Staff Writer | Nov 30, 2021
Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS Manchester fire Capt. Steve DesRuisseaux flashes a thumbs-up sign and breaks a smile upon leaving Massachusetts General Hospital for his escorted trip home Monday. (Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS)
Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS Manchester fire Capt. Steve DesRuisseaux gets a good luck handshake from a Boston firefighter, one of several who were on hand for DesRuisseaux's discharge Monday from Massachusetts General Hospitlal in Boston. (Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS)
Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS Manchester fire Capt. Steve DesRuisseaux gets a hug from one of many firefighters and others who turned out to welcome him home from the hospital Monday. (Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS)
Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS Members of a ladder truck crew from Londonderry salute from atop the vehicle as the line of vehicles escorting Manchester fire Capt. Steve DesRuisseax home from Boston passes under the overpass. (Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS)

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